OCFSA Fire Museum and Public Safety Education Center

The OCFSA was formed in 1913 and organized in 1927, under the name Orange County Firemen’s Association. In 1996 we changed our name to the Orange County Fire Services Association. Our mission is to establish and maintain a Fire Museum and Public Safety Education Center. At the same time we will continue to support our Fire Service Monument, Annual Firefighter Memorial Service, Fire Museum, Educational Center, Quarterly Magazine, Big John Program, 10 Year Fire Service Annual Book and the Bombero program. We are a 501 C-3 non profit organization.


OCFSA produces a quarterly magazine to keep our county informed of the services we provide.


Talking fire engine program talks about Stop, Drop and Roll, caution about playing with matches, crawling low under fire, how a smoke alarm sounds, and more!


Join us for our Annual Memorial Service for the fallen firefighters and other rescue personal.

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8 months ago
Belmont Shore Car Show

California Fire Museum will be participating in the Belmont Car Show. Please come out and participate with this Great Car Show.

Time to sign up for the Belmont Shore Car Show before it is to late. New Management this year Equals New lots of new things. Bring the whole family you can dine and shop on Second Street

9 months ago

Orange County Fire Authority opened its new Station 20 at the Great Park in Irvine. The original Orange County Station 20 was in the Community of Olive.

9 months ago
Photos from Orange County Fire Services Association's post

Big John 2 participated in the Lake Forest 4th of July Parade. Big John took the Mission Viejo Elks Lodge Group along with the Cub Scouts Troop thru the parade.

9 months ago

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Serving Our Community

Established in 1913, the purpose of the Association is to educate the public, improve community relations and participate in city projects and activities all aimed at making Orange County a better, safer place to live.  Protecting your business, employees and neighbors from fire is a tough and highly hazardous job. No community ever knows when fire may break out causing injury, destruction and loss of life. Please considering sponsoring or donating to help us reach more adults and children.